02/25/12 By Westchester Jazz Orchestra
WJO performs The Music of Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles
Saturday April 14, 8 PM
Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles are icons in the worlds of pop, soul, blues – and jazz. Their voices and music are instantly recognized and their songs beyond classic. From “Little Stevie” to “the Genius,” WJO will groove on their incomparable, funky and swinging hits.
Reserved seating tickets $35 adults/$30 seniors/$10 students
Irvington Town Hall Theater
85 Main Street, Irvington, NY
Group sales – 6 or more adult or senior tickets to any concert, save 10%
Theater box office: 914-591-6602
Westchester Jazz Orchestra
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